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     baseball players. show me in the white community where a comedian is a white leader or a singer or dancer ore orb or eye trumpet player. these aren't leaders. these are puppets and clowns that have been set up over the white demuent or over the black community by the white community and made celebs and usually say exactly what they know the white man wants to hear and it is an honor, actually that they endorse dr. martin luther king and and were against the honorable elijah muhammad. that's actually an honor. now, when you say they also in the same "newsweek" poll, i think the pollsters say he went into the negro community and asked about the muslims and many negroes whom he asked said i never heard of the muslims, who are they? >> this is the rank and file? >> now, when they got down to the rank and file, this is the equivalent the situation in kenya during the maumau
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     it almost looks like he has buyer's remorse. like he shouldn't have made the deal. >> you made a lot of headlines with russia this week. what is your relationship with vladimir putin? >> i have no relationship with putin. i have no relationship with putin. >> but if you have no relationship with putin, why did you say in 2013, i do have a relationship? in 2014, i spoke -- >> because he's said nice things about me over the years. many years ago, he said something very nice about me. i said something good about him when larry king was on. this was a long time ago. and i said, he is a tough cookie or something to that effect. he said something nice about me. this has been going on. we did "60 minutes" together. by the way, not together together. meaning he was probably shot in moscow. >> he was in moscow. >> i was in new york. >> here's the thing. >> just so you understand. he said very nice things about me. but i have no relationship with him. >> yet you said for three years, '13, '14, and '15, you did have a relationship with him. >> what do you call a relationship? >> i'm asking you. >> i have no relationship with putin. i don't think i ever met him. i never met him. >> you would know it if you did. >> i think so. if he's in the same room, i don't think so. i've been to moscow. >> never spoken to him on the phone? >> i didn't meet him in moscow. where? >> never spoken to him on the phone? >> i have never spoken to him on the phone, no. i've spoken -- when we had the miss universe contest a number of years ago. we had miss universe in the moscow area. he was invited. he wanted to come. he wasn't able to come. that would have been a time i would have met him. >> i just want to clear this up. you did say on three different occasions that you had a relationship with him. now you say there is not. >> i don't know what it means by having a relationship. he was saying good things about me. i didn't meet him. i haven't spent time with him. i didn't have dinner with him. i didn't go hiking with him. i don't know him --
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     what he's saying this hour about deplorables? all of that, that's straight ahead. >>> but we begin with that breaking news. president-elect donald trump praising russia's vladimir putin. trump tweeting, great move on delay by vladimir putin. i always knew he was very smart. now, the official twitter feed of the russian embassy in the united states also retweeted it, as you can see it, it's circled there, at the very top. trump was praising putin's response to president obama's sanctions. putin saying, quote, although we have the right to retaliate, we will not resort to irresponsible kitchen diplomacy, but will plan our further steps to restore russian/u.s. relations, based on the policies of the trump administration. now, vladimir putin essentially saying, he'll wait to deal with donald trump and let a cold relationship with president obama play out in the final weeks. also today, two russian compounds here on the east coast forced to shut down and senator john mccain announcing plans for a cyber hearing thursday. but tonight, president-elect trump raising russia's putin and this story is really just getting started. we've got a lot more to tell you about. nbc's hans nichols is outside
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     pop up exhibit behind you. pop up exhibit behind you. you have the owner of the exhibit here to question as well. enjoy the reception and thanks for coming. [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2016] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] >> you are watching american history tv, all weekend, every weekend on c-span3. to join the conversation, like us on facebook at c-span history. >> on lectures and history, professor titus teaches a class on world war ii and its impact on civil rights. two talks about racial conflicts over housing, voting rights, and integrating workplaces in the military. for classes about one hour 15 minutes. prof. titus: hi, everybody, welcome. our topic for today is black americans and world war ii. the big question of the day is, how should we understand the relationship between world war ii and the modern civil rights movement? hopefully the reading give you a lot to think about. during world war ii, recruiting posters aimed at african-americans used images of miller decorated with his navy cross and joe lewis and his uniform to send the image that black americans were wanted and needed in the american military and their service would be rewarded and respected. as you read, the reality of the black experience in the war was not that simple. the posters themselves, when we tease them apart, reflect this gap between promises and reality the characterize the experiences of this generation of black americans. both of these posters make it clear that the stakes in the war were high.
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     see you next time, folks. see you next time, folks. >>> lirts it's tuesday, march 29th 29th. coming up on "early today," a hijacked airplane lands in cyprus. we'll have the latest. >>> and fbi drops its lawsuit with a stunning announcement. >>> and the latest information on monday, including the en an alleged shooter. "early today" starts right now. good morning everyone. i'm dara brown. breaking news. hijacked and landed in cyprus. carrying more than 80 people was traveling from alexandria to cire ci cairo before being forced to land in cyprus. joining us in a second but right now there were 81 on board and at the moment there are still four nationals being held on the airplane, along with seven crew members. the hijackers have released the other passengers. there's no word on their condition or the condition of their release. police are keeping everything pretty tight. the flight was coming from alexandria, about a two hour flight from alexandria to cairo. and it was forced to land in larn cu. chose in cyprus to land or if it
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     >>> and many asking, is the winner after that republican debate hillary clinton? the clinton team made it clear here's jonathan karl. >> reporter: as that debate got uglier and uglier, hillary clinton's team took to twitter, mocking the gop meltdown. using images from her face-off against republicans in congress. and this -- "how many more of these do we have to sit through? asking for a friend." >> the republican presidential, i don't know what to call it. i guess debate. there were so many insults flying back and forth, it was
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     rescue crews rescue crews rescue crews are still looking rescue crews rescue crews rescue crews are still looking for survivors after two military helicopters colided oahu.12-people were on board the two aircrafts when the collision happened late last night.so far - none of the passengers have been found, which has officials fearing the worst.crews were able to find a debris field, including an empty life raft. right now - there's no word on what the two helicopters were doing at the time of the crash. the hard times continue on wall street. street.this morning the dow plunged 430-points after the opening bell.it started rebounding and got back under the 400-point mark.but it has since started falling again, and is at a 450 point loss right now.analysts belive concern over china's market and falling crude oil prices are behind the rocky start.as for the other major indexes - the nas-daq is down 160 points.the s and p 500 has lost 50 points. in the race for the white house... house...the republican candidates are back on the campaign trail today after their debate last night. night.the top seven candidates
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     attack on marco rubio. i wouldn't be surprised if he has an endorsement for jeb bush before he drops out. i think this was expected. everyone saw that chris christie put all of his eggs in one basket and spent tens and millions of dollars there to come in sixth. he told people to sit down and shut up one too many times in new jersey and it didn't translate well outside of the state of new jersey. i'm from there so i get it. >> but that works well for trump, right? >> i think one of the untold stories of 2016, carol, is that bridgegate, although governor christie has not been implicated in anything there, it turned the narrative around. before the victims of his elevated kind of talk were -- they were unions and they were democrats and people who were living off the system but then it looked like it was commuters and every day people. and i think that's actually something that could hurt trump in south carolina and beyond if people start to see that he's
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     climate change falls in people's concerns. it is important in the long-term, voters just don't really care about it. when they go to a poll, they're not voting based on climate change. that's not going to hurt marco rubio very much. seeg only 25% of republicans in particular say in a primary view climate change as a big problem and manmade. that position he took is not going to hurt him in a primary. >> without al gore, we wouldn't have the hybrid industry we have and the car industry would not have includesed standards. the number one emitter of carbon in our world is farming. he did overreach a bit. >> i'm not bashing al gore here. listen, he -- and i said this to him. he was a televangelist for climate change. and i think there have to be those people that are out there that are pushing hard and go as hard as they can go in one direction or another and i'm glad he did it. i personally believe he overreached. >> why are we talking about al gore? if it was someone for substantial, we should talk more. but it was marco rubio playing to the base. i suggest we move on. do you think? >> i disagree. rubio could be instrumental. if he agreed with you? you say he's not going to be a significant candidate in the republican party. >> in order to defend him, you have to move all the way around to al gore and extremism. it was a long road to defend him
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     busboys and poets. busboys and poets. my name is davis, and i'm here hosting the event with stephen harding. his book, "the last to die." want to make a short note, shoutout tonight, we have c-span live here filming the event, so good to have them here. also just to make you aware, we are politics & prose sponsoring this event. we are in three new busboys locations. we're here at the tacoma location, we're also at the brookland location and the 14th and v, so you can see us there as well. and one of the great benefits of being here, you can order food throughout the event and love to have you do that. and you can pressure the books after at the front of the store. as i mentioned, tonight we have stephen harding here. world war ii in japan has officially ended in cease fire, but there are still a few final moments of the american story to be told. stephen harding targets an american soldier and the final flight through japan in the book "last to die." publishers weekly calls the book a meticulously researched tale. while harding expresses a commitment as a journalist and historian to remaining objective and not emotionally attached to the individual stories to be told, he admits to his personal connection with tony from his service in the vietnam war to his detailed journalism of american military affairs, harding is very well suited to share tony's legacy of patriotism. stephen harding is the author of eight previous books including "the new york times" bestseller "the last battle," he is a longtime journalist, for nearly two decades, he was on the staff of u.s. soldiers, the initial newspaper of the u.s. army. currently, he is the editor this chief of military history
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     ♪ . >> good morning happy saturday, everyone. it is january 14th. i'm abby. democrats are still questioning if he is fit to serve. >> president-elect has a legitimate president. >> and just moments ago president-elect trump already responded. >> yep. and then as president obama prepares to say goodbye, he says his policies were not the issue. >> there were times during my presidency where i lost the pr battle. >> wow. is it bad pr? is that really the problem? and why he's back again blaming fox news channel.
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     minutes at the most compared to four hours. on the west lawn of the u.s. capitol they're now putting up inaugural platforms, viewing stands and thousand of seats. organizers say not to worry about the lawn. >> the tiles we laid done actually allows light through, the grass can still continue to photo synthesize while covered. >> across town from the mouse, movers took boxes into barack and michelle obama's new home. they're going to live there until their daughter finishes high school. less than two blocks from where ivanka trump and her husband expected to live. abc 7 in concord as a bay area company will send roses to the inauguration. the ceo showed us the box of white roses contains 10 dozen flowers. that's 120 roses per box. sending one to the outgoing first lady, michelle obama and one to the incoming first lady, melania trump. each rose include a message of hope sent in by roseshire customers. >> one line of just -- what they
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     >> across town from the mouse, movers took boxes into barack and michelle obama's new home. they're going to live there until their daughter finishes high school. less than two blocks from where ivanka trump and her husband expected to live. abc 7 in concord as a bay area company will send roses to the inauguration. the ceo showed us the box of white roses contains 10 dozen flowers. that's 120 roses per box. sending one to the outgoing first lady, michelle obama and one to the incoming first lady, melania trump. each rose include a message of hope sent in by roseshire customers. >> one line of just -- what they felt. going out. coming in from the
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     judith anderson/ health and safety expert, association of flight attendants-cwa (needs to be matted) (1:36-1:39) it's a safety issue that the 01;33;39;07 kerley: what do i do when i get on a plane? how do i protect myself? it. the flight attendants union -- there is a fume event on one of the 35 thousand flights crisscrossing the country. most incidents don't cause a problem. the two main aircraft manufacturers -- boeing and airbus -- along with the airline association -- say the air on their jets is "healthy and safe". pointing out that many aircraft have hepa filters. experts say those filters can capture some -- but not all of the toxin. take a look at this heart a bus overturning while trying to avoid a spun-out car -- on these snowpacked roads. sot austin - 0036 we all rushed over there//it was a bunch of students inside, but they were all okay. we got them out of the emergency exit... there were 40 high school students on the bus.
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     cleaning up this bank's operation and making sure that it works for the students that it is supposed to serve? >> i am deeply committed to ensuring that federal student aid serves students well, serves borrowers well and protects the taxpayer interest. let me tell you four things that i think are promising. one is the department's work on the gainful employment regulations which i think will help to ensure at the outset that institutions provide good information to students and ensure we act when there are bad actors. two, on the servicing issues around service members, we have now in place a system where there is automatic notification between the department of defense and fsa when service members go into active duty and that automatic notification then protects service members. we also have tried to make whole any service members who did not have the proper interest rate prior to that system going into place. third, we've created this new enforcement unit that i mentioned, robert kaye who has been an enforcement litigator at the ftc has joined us to lead that unit. and we are committed to taking action with bad actor institutions. and then fourth, we will shortly recompete the servicing contract. as we do that, we will integrate into that servicing contract many of the suggestions that you have made, that other advocates have made regarding how we protect student borrower interest and feedback honestly that we've gotten from higher ed institutions as well that worry about their students and borrowers and want to make sure they are well served. i think there are promising indicators, but you're right, there's a lot of work to do to ensure that we protect our students and borrowers and we intend to do that. >> well, i very much appreciate it. i appreciate the steps that you are already taking. i just want to say, it is the department of education's job to stand up for students. not for the student loan companies that are making money off these loans or the for-profit colleges that want to suck down more taxpayer dollars. the department's student loan bank is failing massively at this critical task, dr. king. and the american people need to know that if you are confirmed
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     dave is it going to be a bond massacre? >> at salina. the bond bubble taking with it some are so high-yield of 17.1% last year leveraged loans up 10.1 investment corporate up 6.1 emerging markets of 9.8, great returns. that doesn't end. inflation does not kill the bond sector. certain sectors will act positively even when rates go up. we have 17 rate increases in 04 through a six high-yield than that. meche returned 25%. leveraged finance works and in a rising rate environment. you have to look at leveraged finance into buckets but everybody loves bank loans now. we saw obviously be pierced the 1% in the three month libor which means for the first time since 09 with a rising in the fed funds rate you will -- that's why we have seen 27 weeks lows into the will market and there's no reversal of the bonds. the look at two sectors leveraged loans in the month of december that 3.5 billion
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     >> announcer: starting right now >> announcer: starting right now on abc's "this week" -- trump, trouble ahead? his poll numbers are soaring. but he's facing a big challenger. what's next for the donald? >>> and hillary fires back. the front-runner taking on her growing e-mail troubles as her aide takes the fifth. >>> showdown in kentucky. the brand-new protests to free that jailed clerk, who won't let gay couples marry. one of that clerk's most prominent supporters, arkansas governor mike huckabee is here live. >>> plus, refugee crisis. thousands of desperate refugees finally arriving in austria this morning. the enormous relief and huge, new challenge ahead. >> announcer: from abc news, "this week" with george stephanopoulos, begins now. >>> good morning, as labor day kicks off the next phase of this supercharged season, brand-new polls this morning have a nasty surprise for hillary clinton. losing to bernie sanders in new hampshire and donald trump in a iowa. >>> but we begin with that breaking news from overseas, refugeeing pouring from the middle east to europe right now, made it to safety in austria. secretary of state john kerry issues a new warning to their buildup in syria. abc's alex marquardt starts us off from vienna. >> reporter: good morning, george. this is one of two main train stations, where refugees have been coming off frans from the border with hungary. most of them are syrians. all marveling at the warm reception they have received in austria. here behind me, you can see different aid groups as well as regular austrians who have been
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     >> [inaudible] is to try to try you as best they can to vladmir putin. >> i never met putin. i don't know who putin is. he said one nice thing about me. he said i'm a genius. i said thank you very much to
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     bing bing star shooting everybody. so the press has to be responsible. they're not being responsible because we are losing a lot of people because of the internet. we have to do something. we have to go see bill gates and a lot of different people that really understand what is happening. we have to talk to them, maybe in certain areas, closing the internet up in some way. some of you will say, "freedom of speech, freedom of speech." these are foolish people. we have a lot of polish people. we have a lot of polish people. we have got to maybe do something with the internet because they are recruiting
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     they decided they better go away. we can see that because this is an old version of their website from before they took it down and tried to disappear it from memory. and these screen shots of their old website were taken by the way back machine. by the internet archive, which is a nonprofit based in san francisco that's been around since 1996. the way back machine. it is a national treasure. it's an international treasure. we've used it hundreds, probably thousands of times in the preparation of this show. any time somebody tries to make something go away, that's the first place you look to see if you can find it, despite the efforts of the person that tried to disappear that information. it's always the first place you go. just take stuff in current news right now, i can give you a whole bunch of stories that we've got cooking right now, stuff that's going on in the current news cycle that we really only know about because of the way back machine. that's how we know, for example, that when the vice president-elect first ran for congress he ran on a platform that the government should take back all the money it was spending to combat hiv and aids and the government should instead spend that money on curing people from being gay. quote, resources should be
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     to promote his family business interests. now, they have since taken this down, but the very first thing they built online after the election, the very first thing they built online for president-elect trump was this meet the president-elect webpage on the transition website that was provided to the trump folks by the federal government. it's a dot-gov website, something you and i pay for. what they put up was an exhaustive list of all of the, quote, world's top properties that donald trump owns including the world renowned fifth avenue skyscraper trump tower, plus trump park, trump tower, on and on. wait, act now and we'll send you some knives. in addition to properties that occupy the manhattan skyline, mr. trump also owns many of the premier golf clubs around the world, trump national golf club in westchester new york, and blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. that advertisement for trump
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     be proud of what we put forth having to do with health care. obama care is a complete and total disaster. they can say what they want. they can guide you any way they want to guide you. in some cases they guide you incorrectly. in most cases you realize what's happened. it's imploding as we sit. some states have over 100%
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     russia can help us fight isis, which by the way is number one, tricky. i mean, if you look, this administration created isis by leaving at the wrong time. the void was created.
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     but first, based on your comments here today, do you believe the hacking was justified? does russia have any leverage over you, financial or otherwise, and if not, will you release your tax returns to prove it? >> so i tweeted out that i have no dealings with russia. i have no deals in russia. i have no deals that could happen in russia, because we've stayed away. and i have no loans with russia. as a real estate developer i have very, very little debt. i have assets that are -- and now people have found out how big the company is, i have very low debt. but i have no loans with russia at all. and i thought that was important to put out. i certified that. so i have no deals. i have no loans. and i have no dealings. we could make deals in russia very easily if we wanted to. i just don't want to because i think that would be a conflict. so i have no loans, no dealings, and no current pending deals. now, i have to say one other thing. over the weekend, i was offered
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     has shifted his head more so dealing with issues with food deserts are with education or career opportunities and access in terms of employment while some view national holidays and the time to get the best shopping deals miller believes the majority of people will stop and think about doctor king she says his legacy and impact lives on despite evidence during a program she attended they had fifth graders wrote essays about the importance of doctor king and the first place winner was a little white girl who said that she would have the best friend she has today which of the little black girl if it wasn't for dr k in norfolk elise brown thirteen years now. well there is an all out search underway for several americans missing in iraq ahead what government leaders in that country and ours are saying about their disappearance and donald
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     >> jonathan butcher, you are the education director from the goldwater institute. thanks so much for bringing this to our attention. >> my pleasure. thank you. >> coming up, donald trump not exactly a number two kind of guy. but he says he's the best pick for v.p. and putting his money where his math is. and call them party animals. cows apparently fans of beer. how they broke into the stash and well, what happened next. plus, we're honoring our heroes this morning as fleet week continues in new york city. anna kulman drew the short straw and she has to hang out with sailors this morning. it's very rough. she joins us live from the u.s.s. wasp's nest. hey, anna.
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     why is he doing so well in the polls? they know he won't do it. the public knows he's not going to release returns. he's not going to release them. >> he's playing a conn. >> he's not playing a conn. >> yes, he's not telling us what he has. >> his supporters -- >> i don't think we'll see a headline in the new york times the day after this election in november that says trump lost by 1% because he wouldn't release his tax returns. anyway, thank you very much. i don't believe the reason he gave is the reason, though. it's not the audit. nice try. >> of course it is. >> you're a trooper, ann. >> ann supporters love him more for annoying the press by not releasing his taxes. >> okay. when you have your book, we'll have you on, ann.
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